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#3961    DBunker

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Posted 02 January 2013 - 10:12 PM

View PostMyles, on 02 January 2013 - 09:56 PM, said:

Lots of BS in this one zoser.  
You say listen to the specialists, of which 99.9% of them disagree with you.   We are listening to the specialists.   You are listening to those out to make a buck.

All this clown zoser has is fantasy, opinion and BS..... lots and lots of it.

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Posted 02 January 2013 - 10:17 PM

Im just so dreading when zoser watches what the  Ancient Aliens series did to the antikythera mechanism

Forget stones! here we had the worlds first  'ancient computer' as they put it. Now at least he could be forgiven for getting over excited about  ancient machined cogs and gears, a true worlds first for mechanical things...than he does about stones :yes:

Edited by seeder, 02 January 2013 - 10:18 PM.

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Posted 02 January 2013 - 10:19 PM

Missed one plant that might be of interest:

Iresine sp
Reds/purples, salt tolerant, acidic soil loving.
To quote wikipedia (I know, I know...)

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The generic name is derived from the Greek word εριος (erios), meaning "wooly", referring to the trichome-covered flowers.[2]Bloodleaf[3] is a common name for those species that have colored foliage, and these are often cultivated as ornamental plants. Some species are additives to versions of the hallucinogenic drink Ayahuasca.


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Posted 03 January 2013 - 01:04 AM

View PostRedSquirrel, on 02 January 2013 - 10:02 PM, said:

Sat through a load of websites, found very little.
Checked each plant here: Peruvian native plants

Nothing that fully matches. The only plants that closely fit are the Croton (Not spongy), Coleus (you already mentioned) and the Caladium. I doubt any of these produce enough acid to get the result you desire though. Sorry I couldn't be more help.

There appear to be species of philodendron that are native to Peru, and some if not all philodendron contain fair amounts of calcium oxalate, though not pure oxalic acid.

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 05:16 AM

There's a wide variety of prescription drugs that are derived from plants native to South America.
Maybe the reason we can't figure out the ancients logic for building these megaliths is because it was flawed logic to begin with.
Maybe these Inca's and their predecessors were a bunch of drug addicts.  Maybe it was part of their culture and they spent every day of their lives from morning to night snorting buckets of cocaine?

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 07:52 AM

In regards to Puma Punku, we are at the same spot still. I have questions. Questions that need answering. People here still claim it was made with primitive tools by us regular humans and it was made very well. It's also torn apart or blown up. That's strange. I wonder why? Local tribes will claim that something resembling "Gods" built it and destroyed it a long time before site Tiwanaku was made nearby. They're reports that have trumpets or noise being made while the site was under construction. I can't figure anything that makes sense unless a record player was being used in the back ground like construction workers use radios today. I don't believe the site was created by manifestation as locals watched. Noway.

When I looked at Tiwanaku, I saw one piece of block resembling Puma Punku so far. I say this because of the two brick like holes in the stone.

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The general opinion on Tiwanaku is that it wasn't as impressive masonry wise compared to Puma Punku. At Tiwanaku you would see priests dancing and praying along with the locals. I would assume Puma Punku was the same thing, but something destroyed it and I believe that's why a bigger site called Tiwanaku was constructed or had a ton added on as fast as perfection would allow it.(Tiwanaku existed but it was on a much smaller scale at the time I'm assuming. I don't know if I should delete that or not) It was done in a hurry because they thought the Gods were going to destroy them as well like Puma Punka. That's a theory using a asteroid, smaller rock or whatever brought down by our creators. I'm unsure what to think about that because I need evidence.

This picture here is a block from Puma Punku resembling the block from Tiwanaku in the picture above. In my opinion, these people are using the same techniques. There's no drills involved at Tiwanaku we think. I lose my interest in Aliens now.

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If I want them to use basic tools to complete these sites I can. Somebody else helped us humans when building these sites and I know for fact. The question is how. I must use a reason that the has builders and main architects having information explained in there brains to complete the sites. During the building of the sites "duck tape" has to be played on the masonry workers to make sure it's done to a tee. Say the masonry worker is chipping away at stone and makes woops. Playing tape will fix it instantly and help the masonry workers along the way to preform perfection or close to it. Time, Time, Time and Time! I know practice makes perfect and I would bet they worked their asses off trying to get it perfect before they started. Life didn't have a lot to it in Ancient Times. Farming(food), Masonry, beer(all types of plant drugs), family and sex was it. Yeah there are your buddies you see but what are you going to do? Kick a rock around together or build monuments for money and your Gods that you absolutely believed in without a shadow of a doubt and I can see they would or why we would. I will use this idea around the entire world from the very beginning and our future. This helps explain every site that was built around the World at anytime if we need help explaining it.

I need us seeing something that's God or God like(This is where Bigfoot for me comes in, but I can't throw out the idea of intelligent life from somewhere else visiting. I'm in that group) or else religion would of never existed and all these amazing eye popping monuments we see that are left over would never of existed. A lot of the left over sites and buildings we have now relate to religion in some way. That's interesting. I'm trying to take things further with using the word duck tape to explain but I'm not 100% there yet I think. God less you all.

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 08:09 AM

View Postseeder, on 02 January 2013 - 06:47 PM, said:

I do

Red Juntcha, its in their own myths (peruvians or whatever)  that a bird carried it. I was waiting till someone here found news of it, but sadly, no-one does

Have a FIELD DAY reading stories about it. zoser really needs to do a google on this


but sadly he'll only read the stories that also insist the bird really means flying people...erm, you know -aliens!!

So we have a name. I admit, I never heard of it before.

"Flying people"... that must be some shaman who 'shapeshifted' into a bird. That's what they believe is possible.


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Posted 03 January 2013 - 08:17 AM

View PostImaginarynumber1, on 02 January 2013 - 06:49 PM, said:

This is all that I have found so far:



I have to say, however, that while this certainly is an appealing explanation, this story has all the trappings of an urban legend. I see the same text quotes everywhere and no names that can be identified beyond the reports.


Seeder called it Red Juntcha

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In an interview in 1983, Jorge A. Lira, a Catholic priest who was an expert in Andean folklore, said that he had rediscovered the ancient method of softening stone. According to a pre-Columbian legend the gods had given the Indians two gifts to enable them to build colossal architectural works such as Sacsayhuaman and Machu Picchu. The gifts were two plants with amazing properties. One of them was the coca plant, whose leaves enabled the workers to sustain the tremendous effort required. The other was a plant which, when mixed with other ingredients, turned hard stone into a malleable paste. Padre Lira said he had spent 14 years studying the legend and finally succeeded in identifying the plant in question, which he called ‘jotcha’. He carried out several experiments and, although he managed to soften solid rock, he could not reharden it, and therefore considered his experiments a failure.
4 Aukanaw, an Argentine anthropologist of Mapuche origin, who died in 1994, related a tradition about a species of woodpecker known locally by such names as pitiwe, pite, and pitio; its scientific name is probably Colaptes pitius (Chilean flicker), which is found in Chile and Argentina, or Colaptes rupicola (Andean flicker), which is found in southern Ecuador, Peru, western Bolivia, and northern Argentina and Chile. If someone blocks the entrance to its nest with a piece of rock or iron it will fetch a rare plant, known as pito or pitu, and rub it against the obstacle, causing it to become weaker or dissolve. In Peru, above 4500 m, there is said to be a plant called kechuca which turns stone to jelly, and which the jakkacllopito bird uses to make its nest. A plant with similar properties that grows at even higher altitudes is known, among other things, as punco-punco; this may be Ephedra andina, which the Mapuche consider a medicinal plant.5


Your quote says jotcha, pito, pitu, kechuca, punco-punco (Ephedra andina).

Well, we're certainly getting somewhere.

"Urban legend" : then Fawcett must have started it. No, actually Hiram Bingham, already in 1911.


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Posted 03 January 2013 - 08:21 AM

View PostAbramelin, on 03 January 2013 - 08:17 AM, said:

Seeder called it Red Juntcha

From your post:




Your quote says jotcha, pito, pitu, kechuca, punco-punco (Ephedra andina).

Well, we're certainly getting somewhere.

"Urban legend" : then Fawcett must have started it. No, actually Hiram Bingham, already in 1911.

I dunno, man. I searched under all those names and all that comes back is this same article.

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 08:21 AM

View Postkampz, on 03 January 2013 - 07:52 AM, said:

In regards to Puma Punku, we are at the same spot still. I have questions. Questions that need answering. People here still claim it was made with primitive tools by us regular humans and it was made very well. It's also torn apart or blown up. That's strange. I wonder why? Local tribes will claim that something resembling "Gods" built it and destroyed it a long time before site Tiwanaku was made nearby. They're reports that have trumpets or noise being made while the site was under construction. I can't figure anything that makes sense unless a record player was being used in the back ground like construction workers use radios today. I don't believe the site was created by manifestation as locals watched. Noway.

When I looked at Tiwanaku, I saw one piece of block resembling Puma Punku so far. I say this because of the two brick like holes in the stone.

Posted Image

The general opinion on Tiwanaku is that it wasn't as impressive masonry wise compared to Puma Punku. At Tiwanaku you would see priests dancing and praying along with the locals. I would assume Puma Punku was the same thing, but something destroyed it and I believe that's why a bigger site called Tiwanaku was constructed or had a ton added on as fast as perfection would allow it.(Tiwanaku existed but it was on a much smaller scale at the time I'm assuming. I don't know if I should delete that or not) It was done in a hurry because they thought the Gods were going to destroy them as well like Puma Punka. That's a theory using a asteroid, smaller rock or whatever brought down by our creators. I'm unsure what to think about that because I need evidence.

This picture here is a block from Puma Punku resembling the block from Tiwanaku in the picture above. In my opinion, these people are using the same techniques. There's no drills involved at Tiwanaku we think. I lose my interest in Aliens now.

Posted Image


If I want them to use basic tools to complete these sites I can. Somebody else helped us humans when building these sites and I know for fact. The question is how. I must use a reason that the has builders and main architects having information explained in there brains to complete the sites. During the building of the sites "duck tape" has to be played on the masonry workers to make sure it's done to a tee. Say the masonry worker is chipping away at stone and makes woops. Playing tape will fix it instantly and help the masonry workers along the way to preform perfection or close to it. Time, Time, Time and Time! I know practice makes perfect and I would bet they worked their asses off trying to get it perfect before they started. Life didn't have a lot to it in Ancient Times. Farming(food), Masonry, beer(all types of plant drugs), family and sex was it. Yeah there are your buddies you see but what are you going to do? Kick a rock around together or build monuments for money and your Gods that you absolutely believed in without a shadow of a doubt and I can see they would or why we would. I will use this idea around the entire world from the very beginning and our future. This helps explain every site that was built around the World at anytime if we need help explaining it.

I need us seeing something that's God or God like(This is where Bigfoot for me comes in, but I can't throw out the idea of intelligent life from somewhere else visiting(I'm in that group) or else religion would of never existed and all these amazing eye popping monuments we see that are left over would never of existed. A lot of the left over sites and buildings we have now relate to religion in some way. That's interesting. I'm trying to take things further with using the word duck tape to explain but I'm not 100% there yet I think. God less you all.

I don't know if something resembling an Alien, Advanced Human or manifestation of their God was at the site of Puma Punku at one time which could of been at the very beginning of construction. Locals will say Gods are involved with Puma Punka that's not relevant to praying.

Edited by kampz, 03 January 2013 - 08:54 AM.


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Posted 03 January 2013 - 08:25 AM

View PostRedSquirrel, on 02 January 2013 - 10:02 PM, said:

Sat through a load of websites, found very little.
Checked each plant here: Peruvian native plants

Nothing that fully matches. The only plants that closely fit are the Croton (Not spongy), Coleus (you already mentioned) and the Caladium. I doubt any of these produce enough acid to get the result you desire though. Sorry I couldn't be more help.

At least we have a list. That's something already.


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Posted 03 January 2013 - 08:27 AM

View PostRedSquirrel, on 02 January 2013 - 10:19 PM, said:

Missed one plant that might be of interest:

Iresine sp
Reds/purples, salt tolerant, acidic soil loving.
To quote wikipedia (I know, I know...)

And damn it, THIS one I was thinking of, but the only one I knew the name of was the Coleus.


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Posted 03 January 2013 - 08:30 AM

View PostOniomancer, on 03 January 2013 - 01:04 AM, said:

There appear to be species of philodendron that are native to Peru, and some if not all philodendron contain fair amounts of calcium oxalate, though not pure oxalic acid.

Yes, I have had Philidendrons, and one type is purple at the bottomside of its leaves. But green at the topside.

And these types of Philodendrons are winders, while the plants from the stories I posted were standing alone (I think).


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Posted 03 January 2013 - 08:31 AM

View PostAbramelin, on 03 January 2013 - 08:09 AM, said:

So we have a name. I admit, I never heard of it before.

"Flying people"... that must be some shaman who 'shapeshifted' into a bird. That's what they believe is possible.

Well that's believable to me because of websites, books and television that obtain Paranormal, Cryptic animals and Religion. Also it's believable because of the life we live.

Edited by kampz, 03 January 2013 - 08:50 AM.


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Posted 03 January 2013 - 09:00 AM

View Postsynchronomy, on 03 January 2013 - 05:16 AM, said:

There's a wide variety of prescription drugs that are derived from plants native to South America.
Maybe the reason we can't figure out the ancients logic for building these megaliths is because it was flawed logic to begin with.
Maybe these Inca's and their predecessors were a bunch of drug addicts.  Maybe it was part of their culture and they spent every day of their lives from morning to night snorting buckets of cocaine?

A couple things: although they most certainly knew how to concentrate/extract the cocaine from coke leaves, most often they only chewed on massive amounts of coca leaves.

They still do it, every day, many hours of the day. If you go to a Peruvian or Bolivian market place, you will see huge plastic bags with coca leaves.

I remember I was on the highest skiing course of Bolivia (and the world). We were just walking and had the feeling we would die on the spot, that much exhausted we were. So we sat down to have a rest. Then a native Bolivian showed up, and asked us what the trouble was. Well, we could hardly speak, he laughed and gave us each some leaves to chew on. Ok, we chewed, and within 10 minutes we continued walking, talking, making jokes, laughing and singing, lol.

But what I noticed is that no one there (the natives who still live according to their traditional ways) is an addict. They just use it when they need to do hard work, or to silence their hunger.

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Edited by Abramelin, 03 January 2013 - 09:06 AM.